A Nottingham-based workflow automation firm has expanded its team with the appointment of a new senior software engineer from Ukraine.

Intoware, which is headquartered at The University of Nottingham’s Innovation Lab, has appointed Vasyl Solovei to the role.

Solovei currently lives in Birmingham and will be working remotely to further enhance Intoware’s flagship product – WorkfloPlus – developing new microservices, web dashboards and web features.

Intoware featured in ninth position on our FactoryTech 50 ranking last year.

“I’m very excited to be starting as senior software engineer with Intoware, working on WorkfloPlus to further enhance the software and in turn, help our clients get the most out of their digital workflow experience,” he said. 

“I’m looking forward to a new challenge and to furthering my professional growth within the team.”

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WorkfloPlus is a mobile technology platform created by Intoware to enable businesses to digitise processes and tasks across industrial operations, converting them from paper to be accessible via mobile, wearable technology and desktop devices.

Keith Tilley, CEO at Intoware, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Vasyl on board. As more and more companies around the globe take advantage of our technology, our team continues to grow.

“We look forward to continuing our success with WorkfloPlus and Vasyl’s role will help us to stay ahead of the curve and keep flourishing in our target markets.”

Intoware – which operates a hybrid-working model – currently employs 20 people across the UK.